BIOGRAPHY

NANA AKOSUA FRIMPOMAA, A DISTINGUISHED ENTREPRENEUR IN THE CIRCLES OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND CURRENTLY THE CHAIRPERSON AND LEADER OF THE CONVENTION PEOPLES PARTY (CPP) SINCE 22ND AUGUST 2020.

Nana Akosua Frimpomaa Sarpong Kumankuma is a distinguished entrepreneur in the circles of Information Technology, and the Chairperson and Leader of the great Convention People’s Party. Her greatness does not just end there; Nana Frimpomaa has for the past two decades been the Dwantoa Hemaa (Queen Mother) of the Domaa Tradional Area of the Bono Region of Ghana.


Nana Frimpomaa is Female Politician of the Year

Nana Akosua Frimpomaa, Chair and Leader of the Convention Peoples Party, has been adjudged the Female Politician of the Year by the West Africa International, Publishers of West Africa International Magazine in Accra.

Nana being interviewd at Joyprime

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Issues & Plans

There are alot of challenges that Ghana is facing and this these need to stop.

"The Convention People's Party (CPP), has called for an honest assessment of Ghana’s state of affairs, sounding the alarm at what it says is the imminent collapse of the economy.”

Ghana's economy collapsing - CPP

In a statement issued Thursday, July 1, 2021, the Chairperson & Leader of the CPP, Nana Akosua Frimpomaa Sarpong Kumankuma said the commanding heights of Ghana's economy are in the hands of foreigners whilst indigenous Ghanaians do the menial jobs, wondering how anyone practices capitalism when the one has no capital.


“Our citizenry are not informed enough about the implications of policies proposed by parties beyond campaign talking points. It is time to bring Ghanaians back to the table. CPP is proposing a series of public debates, fueled only by facts and evidence, to discuss our trajectory and the policies and decisions that have real consequences in the lives of Ghanaians.”


Arguing for an active state control of “the commanding heights of the economy”, as did the CPP government of Dr Kwame Nkrumah which saw to the launch of the celebrated 7-year development plan in 1963 and led to the establishment of “almost all the legacy projects in Ghana today, from the Tema Oil Refinery (TOR) to the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission, Ghana State Farms Corporation, Akosombo Dam, GIHOC Industries, Ghana State Housing Corporation, State Construction Corporation etc, all in 3yrs, before the coupel”.

Events

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Donation

Donations made by Nana to the children's home

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National Award Day

Nanna Frimpomaa was part of those who were giving award

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Time With CPP

Nana gave a speech

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Multimedia

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"A Political News from Us! Don't forget Watch”

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"Our Speaker Talking About Our Strategy! All plans!"

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"Say Hello to our new politican : John DOE..”

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